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FFP2 mask/respirator provide a barrier to at least 94% of particles measuring larger than 0.3 microns and may be used in environments where hazardous substances exceed the OEL by up to a maximum of tenfold concentration. Respirators are also used in healthcare facilities.
These masks are suitable for reducing the chances of getting coronavirus infection and more.
|Material||3 layer (50gsm/ 25gsm spunbond nonwoven; 25gsm meltblown nonwoven)|
|Filtration efficiency||More than 94%|
|Marking||EN 14683:2019+AC:2019 TYPE IIR, EN149:2001+A1:2009|
|Duration of use||NR – single use (no more than one shift)|
|Size||One size (package size 250x5x120mm)|
|Shelf life||2 years|
|Manufacturer||Baltic Masks, Lithuania|
|Important information||Used products must be disposed of as hazardous waste|
This mask offers protection in various areas such as the glass industry and foundry, construction, pharmaceutical industry and agriculture. It effectively stops powdered chemicals. This mask can also serve as protection against respiratory viruses such as avian influenza or severe acute respiratory syndrome associated with the coronavirus (SARS), as well as against the bacteria of pneumonic plague and tuberculosis. It is similar to the US-standard N95 respirator.
EN 149 tests the ability of masks to protect the wearers against inhaling liquid and dry aerosols. It makes no statement about, and does not specifically test the suitability of such masks for, infection control against airborne transmission of pathogens through respiratory droplets. Nevertheless, FFP2 and FFP3 masks are commonly used for this purpose in medical practice. An NHS study published in 2021 claimed switching to FFP3 “may have cut ward-based infection to zero”.
|Dimensions||20 × 11.5 × 10 cm|